To know me is to know that I love music, and in particular crafting a mood through music! During our roadtrip through Arizona fall in 2018, Tyler Childers was very much the mood for the entire trip. He’s a good ol Kentucky boy and if you haven’t heard ‘Shake the Frost’ – you need to! In the January 2020 playlist: Sweet Home, I included a little bit of the moody acoustic vibe with a lot of upbeat songs to get me back into the groove of working out. I quit working out for a while because home renovations are hard and so is winter. We’ve all been on the ‘I refuse to leave the warmth of the covers’ train.
Mansionair with ‘Easier‘. For some reason, he sounds very much like a slower Christian French. (One of my all-time favorites!)
Oliver Riot with ‘Hallucinate‘ is good cooking music. Yes – I have specific music for when I cook and you should too. Your food will taste better!
‘Die For Me‘ with Post Malone? I love it. I probably shouldn’t love Post Malone to the degree that I do, but ‘Sunflower’ got me a mainstream kinda hooked that I really cannot deny?
Also, this is the first time I really felt a Halsey song was worth putting into a playlist? Usually Halsey is over-played and I get sick of it; However, ‘Devil In Me’ was very much a vibe that needed to be included on the January 2020 playlist.
(Listen below or open the playlist in Spotify.)
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